Your wedding is a huge amazing event but some things can just lift it to the next level. One of the biggest trends is the grand exit with sparklers, they look amazing and add a nice touch to the end of the night. But OMG the trash at the end, the possibility for your guests to burn themselves, and at least in our area the possibility of a fire ban leaving you with a few dozen sparklers you may never use again.
So what’s the solution? LED wands, bubbles, cold spark machines? All are great options as they offer a way to get that sparkler look without the heat.
Led wands are a wonderful environmentally friendly option but I’m sure you’re asking:
What the heck is a cold spark?You right now
Great question, cold sparks are spark machines that use a special powder that creates sparks at a much lower temperature than sparklers or big event pyrotechnics. One thing you might not have known is that sparklers burn at a temperature of around 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit, now think about some of the guests coming to your wedding, do you trust them with that much heat?
Cold sparks on the other hand burn around 600 degrees Fahrenheit, I know not exactly cold but much less likely to start a fire, they also use a process where the materials are heated, ignited then cooled again. This process allows what comes out of the machine to still show a spark but not be as hot in the air. They spark but burn at such a low temperature you can actually put your hand in the stream and not get burned (though we aren’t going to let you do that).
So the benefits of using cold sparks over sparklers:
- Safer than traditional pyrotechnics and sparklers
- Easier to use as you have to bring nothing with you
- Can be used indoor and outdoor
- Can be used multiple times during your wedding
- Has no unpleasant smell or smoke
Adding cold sparks to your grand exit provides an amazing show for your guests, photographers, and videographers and really puts the bow on your entire wedding package. Plus if you add this option with us and your venue allows it we will use them for your grand entrance as well, or at the end of your ceremony, your choice.